Die Heuning Pot Literature Guide
Schools & Districts
All of Shmoop
Cite This Page
Table of Contents
Medea's Police Reports
King Aeetes vs. Medea
Case Description: Complainant (King Aeetes) accuses Defendant (Medea) of grand theft for assisting Jason in taking the Golden Fleece when he arrived in Colchis with his Argonauts. After falling in...
King Aeetes vs. Medea (Murder)
Case Description: Complainant (King Aeetes) accuses Defendant (Medea) of murder. King Aeetes pursued Medea, Jason, and the Argonauts when they sailed away aboard the Argo. To delay her father, Mede...
Jason vs. King Pelias
Case Description: Complainant (Jason) accuses Defendant (King Pelias) of fraud. Pelias promised Jason that he would give the young hero the throne of Iolchus if the young hero returned with the Gol...
Jason vs. Medea
Case Description: Complainant (Jason) accuses Defendant (Medea) of multiple accounts of first-degree murder. When Jason decided to leave his wife for Glauce, the princess of Corinth, the sorceress...
Theseus vs. Medea
Case Description: Complainant (Theseus) accuses Defendant (Medea) of attempted murder. Medea took shelter in Athens, marrying King Aegeus and having a son named Medus. But when Theseus arrived...
© 2014 Shmoop University, Inc. All rights reserved. We love your brain and respect your privacy. |
© 2014 Shmoop University, Inc. All rights reserved. We love your brain and respect your privacy.